HM Sultan Haitham hosts the US Presidential delegation
HM Sultan Haitham bin Tariq bin Taimour Al-Said hosts the US Presidential delegation
His Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tariq bin Taimur Al-Said has received a personal written message from President Donald Trump.
This came when His Majesty Sultan Haitham hosted at Al-Alam Palace yesterday a US Presidential delegation led by Dan Brouillette, US Secretary of Energy, who arrived here to convey condolences on the demise of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said bin Taimur Al-Said and to welcome HM Sultan Haitham.
During the audience, the US official and his accompanying delegation conveyed condolences and sympathy on behalf of the American leadership, government and people on the demise of the greatly missed Sultan Qaboos.
His Majesty Sultan Haitham expressed his utmost thanks and appreciation to the US official and his accompanying delegation for their sincere condolences and sympathies.
The audience was attended by HH Sayyid Khalid bin Hilal Al-Busaidi, Minister of the Diwan of Royal Court, Nasr bin Hamoud Al-Kindi, Secretary General of the Royal Court Affairs, Dr. Mohammed bin Hamad Al-Rumhy, Minister of Oil and Gas and HH Sayyid Thee-Yezen bin Haitham bin Tariq Al-Said.
The US president also reaffirmed that His Majesty Sultan Qaboos was a real friend and a strategic partner to the United States.
The US has expressed its wishes to continue the existing foreign policies between Oman and the US with HM Sultan Haitham.
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